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 Important of Ram Navmi

Hindu epic's do not teach about following a person but they teach about following the good deeds. Ram, the Aryan, had many good qualities and its these qualities which helped him to conquer the bad man, Ravana. The epic teaches us to be a good person and need to have good qualities like humbleness, compassion, honesty, knowledge and need not force things upon others. He was not willing to use force against Ravana but it was Ravana who tried to force his views and opinions on others and finally Ram was left with no option but to use force.

 Ram Navmi celebrates the birth of Shri Rama or Ramachandra. Ram is considered to be a reincarnation of Lord Vishnu, the preserver. Lord Vishnu took the seventh avtaar named Ram who killed Ravan, the evil king, on the 9th day of the Hindu month of Chaitra, hence the day is celebrated as Ram Navmi.

Sponsored by:   

 

This Ramnavmi is sponsored by the Family of Late Jayantilal Chhaganlal Bhagat (Kundanpur).

When:  Saturday, March 30, 2013

Place of the event: 

Tyngsboro Elementary School, 205 Westford Rd. Tyngsboro, MA

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 Invitation and Details of the event:

 Our RamNavmi event is on March 30, 2013 at Tyngsboro Elementary School, 205 Westford Rd. Tyngsboro, MA. Event will start at 2:00 AM and end at 8:30 PM. Please cordially consider this as an invitation to the event, We have stopped printing and mailing the invitation card to save cost. It is an open invitation to all the UDA Bhagats and the non-Bhagat families to which bhagats' son and/or daughter are married. 

Program schedule for the event:


2:00-2:15

Swami Padhramanu

2:30-4:00

Occhav

4:05-4:30

Ladies Bhajan

4:40-5:30

Maharaj Pravachan

5:30-5:40

General Announcement

5:40-5:50

Annual Samaj Financial Update

5:50-6:00

Aarti

6:00-7:30

Prasad

7:30-8:30

Garba


We hope to see you all there!